The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest continuously marked footpaths in the world, measuring roughly 2,180 miles in length.
The Ashuwillticook Rail Trail is a multiuse trail running north – south in Berkshire County.
INDOOR & OUTDOOR DINING. Enjoy “Food with Altitude” on top of Mount Greylock!
A short hike along a wooded stream to a cascading waterfall.
Nestled in acres of northern hardwood forest, Mauserts Pond has picnic and a pavilion area, hiking, boating, and fishing.
An historic art deco house and picnic tables overlook the pond. Trails travel around fields and through forest.
Multi-use trails designed to accommodate a wide variety of users with different skills and interests. Greylock Glen also serves as a gateway to the Mt. Greylock State Reservation trail system.
Ridgeline trail over dramatic cliffs to Sunset Rock and Spruce Hill, offering outstanding hiking, snowshoeing, views and birdwatching during raptor migration.
A variety of all-season trails maintained by Williams College.
Paved roads lead up the state’s tallest peak. From the top, you can see several states plus access hiking trails.
The Visitor Center is open year-round with trail maps, orientation, tourist information, and exhibits on natural and cultural stories of the park.
Straddling the Massachusetts/Vermont border, this inviting mix of forest and field, wetland and wildflower meadow, draws both hikers and naturalists.
There are many ways to hike to this beautiful vista. Grab a good pair of shoes, maybe some hiking poles, and choose your route!
One of the finest panoramic views of the Hoosic River valley rewards this steep rocky hike.
30 miles of trails encourage visitors to escape into the quiet of the state forest which follows the crest of the Taconic Mountain Range separating Massachusetts and New York.
Hiking, swimming, fishing, camping, waterfalls, and picnicking.
This 50-acre former dairy farm was purchased by Williamstown Rural Lands in 2000. History touring, picnicking, hiking and bird-watching are just a few of the available activities here.
Walking trails cross the hills, woods, and pastures behind the museum. Open year-round.
Great views, cold streams, wildflowers and more. Several trails start here at the end of Hopper Road.